Midwest Real Estate News December 2014/January 2015 : Page 4

4 | Midwest Real Estate News | December 2014/January 2015 | www.rejournals.com COLUMNS St. Louis working to keep the momentum: Like all Midwest cities, St. Louis faces its challenges. Three leaders with Sansone Group spoke with Midwest Real Estate News about the rebound of the commercial real estate market in this key Midwest city. FEATURES The apartment boom provides a boost to Midwest cities: Millennials increasingly want to rent in urban areas. That’s good news for the Midwest’s major cities, which are seeing a steady rise in new apartment projects. 8 14 To sell or not to sell? Bill Bubniak with Michigan’s Farbman Group says this might be the perfect time to sell some of your CRE assets. 18 The retail resurgence in Detroit: Bob Kraemer of Kraemer Design Group says that the retail market in Detroit is in the middle of a boom period. 20 The changing demands of medical providers: Patients are demanding changes from their medical providers. As Duke Realty’s Keith Konkoli says, this is changing the way that developers serve healthcare providers. 11 Millenniums on the mind: Kelli Lawrence with Indianapolis’ Cityscape Residential says that Millennials are already changing the way developers are approaching the multi-family business. 15 2014 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE HALL OF FAME PROFILES 23 This year’s Hall of Fame class is our largest yet. Read the success stories from 70 of the Midwest’s biggest real estate names. Industrial, multi-family fuel Kansas City: Mike Bell with Hunt Midwest says that new construction in the apartment and industrial sectors is providing a boost to Kansas City. 12 Ready for a year of challenges, achievements: T.J. Brookover is the new president of BOMA/Chicago. Midwest Real Estate News spoke with him about the strength of the commercial real estate market in Chicago and the challenges that await brokers in this city. 16 DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITOR’S LETTER 67 DIRECTORY LISTINGS LOOKING TO ADD TO YOUR REAL ESTATE TEAM? CHOOSE DUKE REALTY... In today’s “do more with less” environment, wouldn’t it be nice to know you can rely on a dependable partner with more than 25 years of experience in healthcare real estate? At Duke Realty, you’ll find a team of experienced professionals ready to offer you a comprehensive view of all aspects of healthcare real estate. Our knowledge from working with the nation’s top healthcare providers enables us to provide a keen perspective on medical facility planning, development, ownership, leasing, management, and maintenance. Turn to the healthcare experts at Duke Realty, a team with the insight and expertise to handle all your real estate needs. Visit dukerealty.com/healthcare or call 866-400-DUKE (3853). dukerealty.com/healthcare

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